'Tis the season to spread the YA love!
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Namely: "Read whatever you want. But you should feel embarrassed when what you’re reading was written for children."
How many of these YA titles have you read?
Smarty Pants (and total badass) Cate is back with her thoughts on why YA has such a great appeal.
In which NPR readers vote on the 100 Best-Ever Teen Novels and our souls die a little.
In response to NPR's call for best YA novels, we spent a week agonizing (and drinking) to come up with our faves. IT WAS SO HARD YOU GUYS.
John's back with a beginner's guide to graphic novels!
Dr. FYA gives YA suggestions for the Lit Fic fan.
Letters to the FYAditor from readers sharing library display YAngelism!
Posh makes all the non-Austinites jealous with a recap of the 2011 Austin Teen Book Festival.
Coming soon to a location (OK, alcohol establishment) near you: It's fime for the FYA Book Club!
Meghan breaks down the books that show common interests, distinguishing her friends from foes.
The sisters of FYA give praise to the ones that saved their YA-lovin' souls!
Jonesing for your next YA fix? Megan lists the many ways to get your hands on your next favourite book!
A letter to the FYAditor asks for YA recommendations for home schoolers.
Everyone's jumping on the YA bandwagon -- including some celebrities and politicians that you may not know about . . .
FYA indulges in a bit of shameless self-promotion, thanks to the Austin Chronicle.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Soldier's Account of a Battle for YAngelism by Smarty Pants Amber.
Smarty Pants Alison pens a YAngelist anthem!
Smarty Pants Karen shares the Positive Affects of YA Brainwashing.
Smarty Pants Rachel rants against adult lit and reveals the superiority of YA.
When it comes to literature, Smarty Pants Carla will always be a Peter Pan.
An introduction to FYA's new YAngelism series, based on Posh's own personal crusade to convert people into YA readers.
A pop quiz to determine which type of young adult reader you are.
A description of ALA Banned Books Week and discussion of Ray Bradbury and Fahrenheit 451.
Discussion of article on giving kids a choice about what they read in school